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MSNBC's Hayes Frets GOP May Cause 'Domestic Cuban Missile Crisis,' Blames Constitution

On Monday's All In show, MSNBC host Chris Hayes devoted a segment to blaming a "fatal flaw" and "quirks" in the U.S. Constitution for making it possible for government shutdowns to happen, as he ...
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MSNBC Guest: U.S. Injected 'Racial Inferiority' Into Slavery, 'We've All Been Indoctrinated'

Appearing as a guest on the Monday, October 7, All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC to promote the film, 12 Years a Slave, screenwriter John Ridley seemed to blame America for taking slavery and ...
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WaPo, USA Today Declare Redskins’ Name Debate Over

PC Media dictate to league, owners and fans.
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MSNBC's Hayes: Wendy Davis for Governor 'Matter of Life or Death for Many Texans'

On Friday's All In show, as Chris Hayes celebrated Texas Democratic State Senator Wendy Davis's announcement that she will run for governor, the MSNBC host characterized her run as "literally ...
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‘20/20’: Convicted Child Molester a ‘Peppy Cheer-Leader, Choir Girl’

ABC’s Gutman does advocacy for Katlyn Hunt.  
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MSNBC's Ball: GOP Taking Govt 'Hostage,' 'Threaten[ing]' 'Constitutional Balance'

Appearing as a guest on Thursday's PoliticsNation, during a discussion of the government shutdown, MSNBC's Krystal Ball characterized congressional Republicans as "tak[ing] the whole government ...
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MSNBC's Wagner Suggests Tea Party Only 'Represents 2 Percent of the Public'

On Wednesday's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, at the end of a discussion on the government shutdown, substitute host Alex Wagner tried to marginalize Tea Party conservatives as only ...
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MSNBC Guest Madison Slams 'Fat Ass' Limbaugh, Mocks 'Lily White' Districts

On Tuesday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, during a discussion of conservative figures comparing ObamaCare to drug addiction, guest Joe Madison attacked Rush Limbaugh as a "fat ass," and raised the ...
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MSNBC's Wolffe: 'Spoiled Children' GOP 'Will Not Be Trusted' 'for a Generation'

On Tuesday's PoliticsNation, MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe -- formerly of Newsweek -- predicted that, because Republicans embraced the Tea Party, setting up the path to a government ...
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MSNBC's Wagner Touts Guest Bartlett's Call for 'Well-Deserved Death' for 'Tea Party'

On the Monday, September 30, The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, substitute host Alex Wagner read a tweet written by guest Bruce Bartlett in which the former George H.W. Bush administration ...
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